How To Get Ferrystone In Dragon’s Dogma 2

Ferrystones are essential to fast-travel in Dragon's Dogma 2 and can be quite hard to get your hands on.

When it comes to fast traveling in Dragon’s Dogma 2, you have two options. The first one is the Ferrystone, while the other is Oxcarts. Ferrystone is a one-time-use item that can be used to fast-travel to any Portcrystal in the world, instantly, whereas Oxcarts are slower.

However, getting your hands on this highly useful item is not that easy. While Ferrystones can be bought in Dragon’s Dogma 2, their usefulness means they are quite expensive. Costing around 10,000G per stone, you won’t be able to buy too many Ferrystones, at least not in the first 10-20 hours of the game.

Lucky for you, we have some ways through which you can quickly collect a lot of Ferrystones and will never have to worry about fast-travel costs.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Ferrystone locations

While buying Ferrystones is the sure-shot way of getting them, they can also be found in chests in and around caves, dropped by certain enemies, or received as quest rewards. Minotaurs, in particular, have a high drop rate of Ferrystones, as I have been able to get a Ferrystone almost every time I have fought a Minotaur.

Below are some of the locations where you are guaranteed to find a Ferrystone, either from a chest or as a loot drop from an enemy.

I will continue to update this guide with more locations where you can find a guaranteed Ferrystone to save you as much money as possible.

West of Checkpoint Rest Town

Travel to the Campsite location as shown on the map above. It is right below the Forgotten Riftstone, to the west of Checkpoint Rest Town (this area is actually part of the Battahl region).

Just follow the hidden cave beneath the town’s bridge, and you will reach the Riftstone. After getting there, take out the first boss (cyclops) by going up the rock stairs and turning left. Once it has been dealt with, pass through the cave next to where the cyclops spawns to defeat the 2nd mini-boss, a Minotaur.


Be careful, as this Cyclops was armored, and when fighting the Minotaur, a Chimera appeared as well, so you are in for a tough fight.

You can easily take them out if you choose a great starter vocation like the Thief. After taking out the Minotaur, examine the body to get x1 Ferrystone. Since Minotaurs have a high drop rate of Ferrystones, you can rest at the Campsite for seven days and hope defeating it the next time rewards you with a Ferrystone again.

Putrid Cave

To the east of Checkpoint Rest Town, between the town and the city of Vernworth is the Putrid Cave. There are a bunch of chests in this area and one of them has a Ferrystone.


Opening chests scattered around the map can also get you Ferrystone, so always open the one you see. In fact, I have been able to find 3 Ferrystones in the city of Vernworth alone. Some quests will also reward you with Ferrystones.

Vernworth Pawn Guild

The building/cathedral where the Grand Riftstone of Vermund is located also has a guaranteed Ferrystone inside a chest. To get to this chest, head to the upper floor of Shakir’s Inn, go out on the balcony, and climb the ladder to reach the inn’s roof.

From there, walk onto the scaffoldings and then jump across onto the cathedral’s rooftop. At the top, you will see three treasure chests, and one of them contains a Ferrystone.


Hire Pawns that have good ratings, and they will guide you to chests, and with some luck, those might contain Ferrystones.

Vernworth Merchant Quarter Chest

Next to the Roderick’s Smithy is an archway with a chest on top of it. If you have a high-rating pawn, it will notify you of that chest up there. Make your way to that chest and open it to find a Ferrystone. The clip below will show you how to get there, starting from the entrance of the Pawn Guild.

Harve Village

Next to the Harve Village portcrystal (near the Stormwind Cave) is the shack of an old fisherman. Head inside the shack, and hidden behind the bed, will be another Ferrystone.

Alleyway behind the Vocation Guild in Vernworth

Exit from the south side of the Vocation guild, and you will see this ladder.

Climb to the rooftop and then jump onto the house’s balcony. Follow this balcony and then jump to the next one. At the end of this second balcony will be a chest that contains a Ferrystone.


You can also “buy” one free Ferrystone by turning in a Seeker’s Token at the Vocation Guild in Vernworth. The very first reward you get from there will be a Ferrystone.

Where to buy Ferrystones in Dragon’s Dogma 2

If you are ready to spend the gold, you can also buy Ferrystones from certain vendors. Go to the shops with the sign, as shown in the picture below (visible as a potion icon on the map), and you will be able to buy a Ferrystone. Philbert’s Sundries in Vernworth is the first shop to sell you Ferrystones.

Here, you will get the option to buy Ferrystone in Dragon’s Dogma 2 for around 10,000 G. The price can vary a little, and you may get a discount if you do some quest for the NPC merchant.


Don’t waste money trying to buy cheap Ferrystones (or having forgeries made) from Ibrahim’s Scrap Store in Checkpoint Rest Town. Since the store specializes in forgeries, the ferrystones are also fake, and you won’t be able to fast-travel using those.

Even if you have the money, you can only purchase one Ferrystone at a time from a vendor. To purchase more, you will need to set up the Camp or find a bench, as shown below. Sit on the bench and wait for three days. After three days, you can head to the shop and purchase the Ferrystone again.

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